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Joseph Watson (ed.) Todd Sturtevant Virginia Faust
Concord April 8th 1873.
Dear Miss Chandler, To-morrow evening, I meet the Divinity Students at Cambridge and propose being at Louisa's rooms on Thursday. Shall I see you there sometime during the day? Anytime between 12 and 4 P.M. will be convenient for me. Hoping to find you disengaged and [page break]
with an hour for me at least. I wait in hope and affection. Truly Yours, A. Bronson Alcott